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RECO Intensive
140 NE 4th Avenue
Delray Beach, FL 33483

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Case Management Coordinator

Full Time position, posted 11/01/22

Case Coordinator | What You Will Do

As a case coordinator you will be the trusted and one on one guide for every client that steps foot in RECO. Working in tandem with our clinical and BHT teams you will help our clients begin to take action on all of their outside obligations and responsibilities so they can focus on what matters most right now, their recovery. Your ability to be friendly and customer service oriented while also tactful, punctual, and coachable will make or break the client experience here at RECO.

  • You will support and coordinate client intakes upon arrival to RECO
  • You will guide our clients through short-term disability and FMLA filings
  • You will assist with applying for recommended the government assistance for our clients
  • You’ll facilitate weekly individual case management sessions
  • You will be trusted to oversee and manage client cash accounts and collect copays from clients and/or their families
  • You will coordinate outside appointments and transportation for clients
  • You will collaborate with the client’s care team on any pending legal issues including but not limited to pending court dates, contact with probation officers and other legal teams.
  • You will be responsible for ensuring medical follow up is completed and any necessary documentation is uploaded into the client chart
  • You will engage with program primary therapists regarding adjunct therapy issues
  • You’ll maintain and complete weekly schedules
  • You’ll effectively communicate relevant clinical information to the clinical team, client and client family
  • You will actively participate in treatment team meetings, providing relevant client case agreement
  • You will foster healthy boundaries, professionalism, and customer service oriented behavior with clients, families, and other professionals
  • You will need to complete assessments and maintain notes for each session with our clients

What We Expect of You

We are all different, yet we all use our unique contributions to serve our clients. We expect a qualified candidate to have:

  • A valid driver’s license (FL preferrable)
  • The ability to pass an employee drug screen
  • Weekend availability
  • An attitude that says “Let me help you with that.”
  • A knowledge of how to communicate with client’s clearly, kindly and effectively
  • You know when and how to communicate with other departments and clients

As well as, these preferred qualifications:

  • At least one year experience as a case coordinator or the equivalent
  • The desire to grow in your current behavioral, clinical or medical path
  • CPR/NARCAN/First Aid Training. Don’t worry we provide those if you need them
  • Experience using clinical cloud-based programs (KIPU or the like) and/or other software programs
  • You’re organized, friendly, coachable and a self-starter
  • Eyes that always look for ways to give back, a mind that lives for meticulousness, and hands that are always helping others up

Rewards and Benefits We Offer RECO Employees

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
  • Paid Time Off
  • 401(k) with Matching
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Discounts
  • Holiday Parties Unlike Anywhere Else
  • A Team Environment
  • Internal Promotions
  • Trainings (bi-annually)

Group Facilitator

Part Time position, posted 11/01/22

Group Facilitator | What You Will Do

As a group facilitator you are an integral piece of each client’s recovery here at RECO. You will help them have their “aha” moments during their time here and build the skills they will take with them on their journey not only through recovery, but through life. Keep in mind this is a contracted role. Please, see the expectations for a RECO group facilitator below:

  • Preparing group activities as it relates to the topic within the area of addiction, recovery, mental health, and utilize holistic and creative interventions
  • Preparing an activity and topic that relates to the group identified
  • Being responsible for conducting a structured group session
  • Conducting group in a manner that all individuals are respected and heard and the rules of the facility are maintained
  • Must be able to document each client in each group after each group is complete
  • Keeps clinical staff informed of client care, problems and issues
  • Collaborates with the clinical team to meet the ongoing psycho-educational and therapeutic needs required
  • Prompt and regular attendance is required, as scheduled by supervisor
  • Perform any additional tasks as assigned by supervisor 

What We Expect of You

We are all different, yet we all use our unique contributions to serve our clients. We expect a qualified candidate to have:

  • Licensed by the State of Florida, LCSW, LMHC, MFT or equivalent
  • A minimum of 2 years of experience in an equivalent role
  • An attitude that says “Let me help you with that.”
  • A valid driver’s license (FL preferrable)
  • The ability to pass an employee drug screen

As well as, these preferred qualifications:

  • Comprehensive understanding of group skills, facility safety, and a working knowledge of program standards as established by state licensing and accrediting bodies.
  • Knowledge of documentation standard, along with excellent written and verbal skills.
  • CPR/NARCAN/First Aid Training. Don’t worry we provide those if you need them.
  • Eyes that always look for ways to give back, a mind that lives for meticulousness, and hands that are always helping others up

Rewards and Benefits We Offer RECO Employees

  • Employee Discounts
  • Holiday Parties Unlike Anywhere Else
  • A Team Environment
  • Internal Promotions
  • Trainings (bi-annually)

Primary Therapist

Full Time position, posted 03/12/19

Primary Therapists provide therapy for individuals with substance use and cooccurring mental health disorders, including but not limited to assessment, treatment planning, individual and group therapy, client education, discharge planning and referral, all of which will be reflected by accurate record keeping.

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Field (BSW)
  • Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW)
  • Certified Addiction Counselor, Specialist, or Professional (CAC, CAS, CAP)
  • Licensed or Pursuing Licensure (LCSW, LMHC, LPC, or LCAS)
  • Doctorate in Psychology or Philosophy (PsyD, PhD)
  • 3 – 5 Years’ Experience in Substance Abuse, Mental Health, or Behavioral Health.

  • Be punctual, professional, and respectful
  • Able to assess clients and develop treatment goals using client input, client strengths, needs and preferences
  • Develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with clients and their families
  • Accurately assess clients and develop individualized treatment goals, using client input, and client strengths, abilities, needs and preferences
  • Provide ongoing therapeutic interventions to assist clients in overcoming challenges
  • Produce assessments, complete notes, treatment plans, and other records. Comprehensive group, individual, and clinical notes are completed within 24 hours.
  • Work in collaboration with other professionals as part of a treatment team
  • Document treatment plans, and other records in a timely manner
  • Utilization review, ASAM for insurance companies
  • Accurate and timely completion of administrative responsibilities; including but not limited to: weekly progress notes, insurance updates, communication with outside referral sources, and attendance at staffing meetings
  • Maintain a caseload with as many clients as deemed fit by the Clinical Director
  • Maintain daily communication with behavioral health staff regarding client behavior
  • Maintain daily communication with discharge planner, working to ensure seamless discharge planning
  • Maintain cleanliness within personal workspace
  • Perform any additional tasks as assigned by supervisor

Behavioral Health Technician

Full Time position, posted 03/08/19

A behavioral health technician is expected to understand and implement individual treatment plans, record patient behavior and provide a safe, supportive environment for the patients. Technicians may provide and record patient medications and assisting in daily activities.

  • Education: HS Diploma
  • Experience: 1 or more years of BHT experience
  • CPR or BHT certification a plus

  • Drive and transport clients as directed by supervisor, obeying all traffic laws and adhering to all safety regulations
  • Monitor all properties and maintain comprehensive notes of all witnessed client behaviors
  • Administer drug tests as instructed by supervisor
  • Fill out all required paperwork for drug tests
  • Maintain shift notes during each client interaction
  • Ensure all properties, including Residences, are immaculately maintained at all times
  • Clean out vehicles daily and ensure any maintenance issues are resolved in a timely manner
  • Fill all vehicles with gas, monitoring gauges daily
  • Maintain healthy boundaries while also acting as a trusted guide/confidante to client
  • Facilitate bag searches upon client intake or upon review
  • Act as a constant liaison between clients and clinicians
  • Perform and document residential intakes
  • Maintain and update supply lists and inventory for residences and offices
  • Perform any additional tasks as requested by supervisor
  • Maintain cleanliness within personal workspace
  • Submit Resume

  • Max. file size: 50 MB.

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